- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
About The Bank House Inn
Nestled in the village of Hixon in rural Staffordshire, The Bank House Inn has recently been refurbished but hasn’t lost the charm of a cosy village pub, with low oak ceilings and log burning stoves. We serve great cask ale and a fantastic range of gins, wine by the glass and wonderful coffee roasted here in the village of Hixon.
I hadn’t been in for a meal, but the bag of crisps I had were amazing,in date,and I can recommend the cheese and onion flavour
Great time enjoying a drink lovely 😊 atmosphere, highly recommend x
This is a charming village pub full of character but locals are of senior age and prefer to get out of area to eat. Would be more likely to purchase smaller portion lower end food with a beer or reasonably priced wine on a stop in village day.
First time we ate at Wat Wok and for me my meal was nice. They were very accommodating in that I don’t really like Thai food, but I do like noodles & beansprouts so had a concoction made up of those with added chicken & almost a sweet & Sour sauce added. My hubby on the other hand was disappointed with his food he had a Thai curry with coconut in it (not sure what it was called) to me it looked like the cream had split and didn’t look fantastic, he said that it wasn’t as tasty as what I had to eat. We both agreed though that the spring roll starter was lovely, but dripping in grease, light and had lovely flavours. I don’t think that we would return as the Chinese in the village is in our opinion overall better apart from the spring rolls. I did also appreciate that they went over and above with my concocted meal that was in no way part of the menu.
Good to have a change of menu. The Thai food was perfect :)
The Wat Wok food is simply amazing. It's a shame the the Lewis Partnership put the lease for sale, but the positive benefit to that is that Wat Wok pop up kitchen have been able to make use of the kitchen on Friday and Saturday. It's stunning food. Plus, the staff at the pub are friendly, attentive and professional. The only downside, and it's only a small niggle, the price of the beer seems higher than other pubs. But it's well kept and I've never had a bad pint there. It was the only pub in the village I'd use, following the closure of the Green Man, it's now the only pub in the village. But it's a great place none the less. But you really must try that Wat Wok food........
Food v salty
Outstanding food thank you
Fantastic food in a lovely pub.
Compliments to the Cambodian Chef; she delivered authentic Asian food which was amazingly tasty!
Food was delicious and service from the kitchen was great. Bar service was quite slow, twice we had to get up from the table to go and find out where our drinks order was. However, we had a great evening and would definitely go back.
The Thai food at this pub is amazing totally authentic by a great cook and staff well worth a visit.
Excellent Menu, large party of 10 meant some dishes could have been warmer. However very enjoyable and will be back for more.
could not fault the Thai food from Wat Wok. Service was very good - all the staff very pleasant. We really enjoyed our evening.
Absolutely fabulous meal, highly recommend Wat Wok food , very authentic and very enjoyable, great staff , will be visiting again .
Staff were brilliant. Could have done with a bit more choice on the menu but the food was nice.
Fabulous evening all round - great service and delicious food. Will return!
First time visit. Loved the cosy bar and modern, comfortable dining area. Visited for Wat Wok as have tried their food before and tonight did not disappoint. Very tasty food and great to be able to sit and eat a Thai meal freshly cooked. Definitely returning and taking more people with me.
Excellent village pub.
Had Sunday lunch which was lovely. Food was well presented, very tasty and plenty of it. Such a shame that this is the last service. Lovely village pub, in good location with fabulous staff, shame it has now stopped food completely. Will be a major loss to the village.
Excellent food, friendly prompt service, nicely decorated pub. Couldn't fault our meal at all and I had a lovely couple of pints too :)
Hello, I really like the dining room at the Bank House, particularly in the daylight hours because of the relatively spacious layout, comfortable seating and light aspect. It is a place where you can have a proper conversation with your friends. On this occasion it was my birthday and I had set my heart on one of your pizzas. Unfortunately, the weather had been cold and wet, so that the pizza oven was not ready for lunchtime. This was a disappointment, but understandable. We ate from the fixed price menu, which was good food and good value.
Starter - fish platter. Food bland. Odd to have pitta bread there. Whitebait fish horrid. Main course - steak ok, a bit grissly. Chips nice. Friend had anchovy’s with her chicken ceaser salad? Odd combo Desert - Eton mess, far too much cream and not enough meringue